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The Concept of Freedom in Canada in the Age of Revolutions (1791-1838)The Concept of Freedom in Canada in the Age of Revolutions (1791-1838)
Madrid. Even if all these revolutionary movements remained distinct, most shared a common ideal, especially in North America and Europe
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The protean face of justice (from plato to amartya sen) Dharmendra Kumar MishraThe protean face of justice (from plato to amartya sen) Dharmendra Kumar Mishra
Though, the concept is too wide and conceived with several diverse notions of right, morality, welfare and happiness, it is not possible to confine the term ‘Justice’ within the boundary of a set definition
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History of Chinese ThoughtHistory of Chinese Thought
If you want to search the journal directly, go to Project Muse, under Electronic Resources on the library’s web page. I have also included some book reviews from Philosophy East and West
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TrendSiters Digital Content And Web TechnologiesTrendSiters Digital Content And Web Technologies
All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from
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The Roots of Homophobia Jessica Cormack Socialist Alternative ConferencThe Roots of Homophobia Jessica Cormack Socialist Alternative Conferenc
And to convince you that sexual practices, in any society, are shaped to maintain the existing society with its specific mode of production, and arrangements for reproduction
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Aristotelian Ethics and BiophiliaAristotelian Ethics and Biophilia
I will then go on to argue, using Aristotle’s theory of obligation as reciprocity within friendship, that such a re-conception of biophilia might provide another approach to founding an environmental ethic on a theory of sentiment
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The Byzantine Empire The Eastern Roman EmpireThe Byzantine Empire The Eastern Roman Empire
Constantinople. All of the citizens of this empire fancied themselves Romans and Christians, yet the empire was very Hellenized and most people spoke Greek, not Latin
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International Trade Note 1 The theory of tradeInternational Trade Note 1 The theory of trade
The Corn Laws were the duties on imports of grain, which had been in force in England since the middle of the fifteenth century. Other European countries had similar taxes: France, Sweden, Bavaria, Belgium and Holland
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Western Civilization from 1650 to the PresentWestern Civilization from 1650 to the Present
History informs the present, helps us to put order into the chaos going on around us, and to recognize that people who have come before us experienced and overcame many of the same challenges we are experiencing today
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Globalization, labour and socialist renewalGlobalization, labour and socialist renewal
As a result, socialist goals have almost always been expressed in national terms, and socialists have found themselves mired in unending and fruitless debates about ‘the national question’
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The Constitution An American or an English Constitution? 6-B&CThe Constitution An American or an English Constitution? 6-B&C
United States Constitution. It, along with the Bill of Rights and subsequent Amendments form the political, legislative, and judicial framework in which we live. But what about the English Constitution? What “document” serves the same purpose in the
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I introductionI introduction
Further, it misses the opportunity that Indigenous-Australian land laws offer to the development of a distinctively Australian property law — one that has confidently departed from its colonial origins and is well-adapted and responsive to the real of
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Chapter- I federalism in India and CanadaChapter- I federalism in India and Canada
The chapter examines the theoretical perspectives of the Federalism. It examines the concept, its trajectory and unfolding in a different cross country perspective. However, the focus is mainly on Canada and India
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B. Vasco da GamaB. Vasco da Gama
Which of the following explorers, sailing under the flag of Portugal, reached the west coast of India in 1498 after rounding the Cape of Good Hope and crossing the Indian Ocean?
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Philosophy of sciencePhilosophy of science
R. Klee, Introduction to the Philosophy of Science: Cutting Nature at its Seems (Oxford)
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